Admissions Policies

Our admissions team is committed to offering you personalized support throughout the enrollment process. We will answer all your questions and provide comprehensive program information based on your chosen career path. Prior to enrollment, our admissions team will help you identify the most suitable training programs based on your educational aspirations.

Following your decision to enroll, we will help you arrange your entrance exams and assist you with your enrollment paperwork. We’re here to guide you every step of the way to your desired degree or diploma program. At Provo College, admissions requirements include but are not limited to citizenship status, age requirement, entrance exam (TEAS) score, and more. To see the full requirements for each diploma or degree program, please read our Provo College catalog.

General Admission Requirements

To apply to Provo College, you must fulfill basic criteria like the following:

  • Citizenship Status: Applicants must be U.S. citizens or eligible non-citizens, as designated by the Department of Homeland Security.
  • Age Requirement: Applicants must be at least 18 years old at the time of admission. Applicants below 18 years old must obtain approval from a parent or legal guardian or demonstrate that they are covered under state emancipation statutes.
  • Education Requirement: Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED (or equivalent).
  • Admissions Interview: Applicants must speak with an admissions representative and complete a career planning session. We speak with you one-on-one to learn your interests and help you decide the program direction that is right for you.

Additional Admissions Requirements

Beyond the general admissions requirements, certain programs may have specific prerequisites, including background checks, immunizations, and additional criteria.

Detailed information about these requirements is accessible in the Provo College catalog. For specific guidance tailored to your chosen program, we recommend consulting with an admissions representative prior to your enrollment.